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The Life of Flowers Captured with Incredible Macro Timelapse Photography

Landscapes are often the subject of timelapse videos, but Daniel Csobot has taken a different approach. Instead of looking at the skies and mountain …

Photography

Brolly Umbrella Has Finger Hole Grip Lets You Shoot in the Rain

If you’re the type of person who prefers umbrellas to rain ponchos, you might prefer the Brolly rain umbrella to rain covers when using your camera …

How to Adjust Black Levels in Lightroom to Create More Balanced Photographs

This video with Mark Wallace teaches you about innovative photography techniques, particularly with black and white levels. He uses an X-Rite …

How I Created a Four-Story-Tall Print of One of My Photographs

It’s fun to print big, but when a client recently asked me to create an image more than four stories tall I have to admit it was really outside of my …

Do You Know these 15 Key Features of your DSLR?

Got a new DSLR? Still trying to work out where to start? Check out this free video by Jeff Cable that runs you through 15 features of that DSLR that …

The Joan Wakelin bursary 2013 – entries open

The Guardian/Royal Photographic Society Joan Wakelin bursary offers a bursary of £2,000 every year for the production of a photo essay on an overseas …

Recipe: Chicken Stuffed with Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Spring is here, and although you might be all too ready to drag out the grill and free yourself from a regular rotation of wintery recipes, don’t put …

Not Winging It, But Ringing It

Humans do it with smoke.<p>Dolphins do it with air.<p>With a little snort, dolphins can produce a nearly perfect "air" rings, (sophisticated non-dolphins called them toroidal vortices) which they turn into underwater toys.<p>If they leave the rings alone, (because air is lighter than water) the underwater …